Definition of Thoroughpins

1. Noun. (plural of thoroughpin) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Thoroughpins

1. thoroughpin [n] - See also: thoroughpin

Lexicographical Neighbors of Thoroughpins

thoroughbred race
thoroughbred racing
thoroughbreds
thorougher
thoroughest
thoroughfare
thoroughfares
thoroughgo
thoroughgoing
thoroughgoing(a)
thoroughly
thoroughness
thoroughnesses
thoroughpaced
thoroughpin
thoroughpins (current term)
thoroughs
thoroughstitch
thoroughwax
thoroughwort
thoroughworts
thorow
thorowly
thorp
thorpes
thorps
thors
thort
thortveitite
thortveitites

Literary usage of Thoroughpins

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Fundamentals of Live Stock Judging and Selection by Robert Seth Curtis (1920)
"thoroughpins appear at the upper and back part of the hock. They may or may not connect with the synovial sac of the hock-joint. Open Joint. ..."

2. Horses & Stables by Frederic Wellington Fitzwygram (1911)
"702), also thoroughpins (par. 641). Then carefully feel for spavin, Chapter 38. ... thoroughpins are 'also easily seen on the side of the hock, par. 641. ..."

3. Productive Agriculture: By John H. Gehrs by John Henry Gehrs (1917)
"A curb is a bony deposit that appears about three or four inches below the hock and is more serious than a capped hock. thoroughpins appear between the ..."

4. The Veterinary Record, and Transactions of the Veterinary Medical Association by Veterinary Medical Association (1847)
"Although thoroughpins sometimes attain a great size, they seldom give rise to lameness, and, therefore, when not strongly developed, are perhaps but ..."

5. The American Veterinary Journal (1858)
"... they are small or moderate in size, and have existed for some time without occasioning lameness, they do not constitute unsoundness. "thoroughpins ..."

6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1864)
"... thoroughpins, capped hocks, and navicular lameness, he had the deepest veneration. Waters, who knew horses so thoroughly, must needs not be altogether ..."

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